The newly launched Bidayuh Cultural Village (BCV) has been given RM3 million in additional funding by the Sarawak government.
The funding was announced by Premier Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
According to news reports from Borneo Post the addition RM3 million will be used to further complete the village which is located within the Redeems Centre.
Reports suggest that the RM3 million will be used to complete Bidayuh Cultural Village’s basement car park, main drain, fencing and the last ‘legacy’ block of traditional longhouse.
Prior to this the cultural village had already received RM5.6 million for its construction from the government.
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